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This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More Her resignation is effective Friday, she told Gov. Greg Abbott in a letter.
This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More The Uyghurs are a predominantly Muslim group who live in China’s northwestern region. The Chinese persecution of these people reportedly includes indoctrination camps and forced sterilization of women.
This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More Abbott's signature will mean that businesses that require so-called vaccine passports can't get state contracts and could lose state licenses or operating permits.
This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More Phelan has touted a list of conservative wins in his first session as House leader, such as passing legislation to let Texans carry handguns without a license and approving some...
This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More Two- and four-year school leaders are looking to the upcoming special session for more support as the state decides how to spend $16 billion in federal stimulus funding
This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More Texas lawmakers passed major bills in response to the winter storm power outages that killed hundreds of Texans in February. But there’s still a lot to do.
This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More Parker, the former chief of staff to retiring Mayor Betsy Price, declared victory in the runoff against Deborah Peoples, who recently stepped down as chair of the Tarrant County Democratic...
This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More The Tribune’s Ross Ramsey breaks down the big takeaways from the 2021 Legislature. Listen in the weekend edition of The Brief podcast.
This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More The filibuster stands in the way of Democrats passing bills aimed at expanding access to the vote. Meanwhile, the executive branch has lost one of its most powerful tools for...
This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune: Read More The news of her decision comes two days after the current land commissioner, George P. Bush, announced he was running for attorney general next year, challenging fellow Republican Ken Paxton.
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